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All That Remains - For We Are Many

All That Remains

For We Are Many
Record Label: Razor & Tie
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Review by Aaron Manogue
December 2010

Metal lovers, get ready to throw those devil horns in the air. Get ready to beat your fellow brethren into submission amidst the battlefields of the mosh pits. Get ready to have your ears melted from the inside out, all the while trying to wipe that hellish smile off your faces. All That Remains is back with their fifth album For We Are Many and are ready to prove that All That Remains is here to stay.

The band sticks true to form in their latest album. Pitch-black backdrops blended with melodic bear traps that grab a hold of you and leave you screaming for more. “Now Let Them Tremble” rips opens the album making you feel as if you’re in the middle of an army full of Satan’s own war machines preparing for war. If you can listen to this song and not feel prepared for the massacre to come, you don’t have a pulse.

Title track For We Are Many unleashes the fury that is All That Remains with lead man Philip Labonte’s signature growls and screams, accompanied by guitarists Oli Herbert and Mike Martin, who paint the dark and sadistic landscape for this impressive album. The first single off the album, “Hold On” has much of the melodic appeal that commercial success “Two Weeks” had on the band’s previous record Overcome. Expect much of the same from this single.

The guitar play by Herbert and Martin throughout the album is something that metal-shredding lovers will rejoice over and drummer Jason Costa once again shows off his incredible talent of fast-paced double bass with pinpoint precision. I said it once and I’ll say it again. All That Remains is here to say. Don’t believe me? Go and buy For We Are Many. You’ll thank me later.

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